From the surrounding areas of Zurich to the south of Bad Ragaz, the route combines garden cities with green hills. Lake Constance, banks of the Rhine River, Heidiland... Here, nature provides a pathway amid breathtaking views, lakes and forests for unforgettable hikes or snowshoe excursions in the winter.
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Hotel and restaurant in a village. Krone Regensberg is an impressive house, rich in history yet perfectly contemporary. In the village of Regensberg, it stands like a natural fortress perched on the sloping vineyards of the Jura Mountains. Solid wood floors and dry stone walls structure the spaces. In the nine suites, handcrafted materials, along with the pieces from the furniture collection, produce a comfortable and modern decor. The attention given by Pascal Gloser, the Maître de Maison, adds to Krone’s charm and intimacy. At the restaurant, the sophisticated menu is nourished by influences from around the world and made all the more delicious by the stunning views over the Swiss Alps. ... Learn moreless
Relatively unknown, Regensberg is one of the best preserved medieval villages in Switzerland. Clinging to the eastern slopes of the Jura mountain range, it is dominated by an astonishing 13th century circular donjon. From there, the view over the surrounding hills takes in a vast landscape of vines....Read More less
Opened in 1910, considered as one of the most prestigious museums in Switzerland, the Museum for Modern Art in Zürich houses rare works by Chagall and Rodin but also Monet, Cézanne and Van Gogh. Its Giacometti and Munch collections are amongst the most important in the world. The museum allows you to...Read More less
Rieterpark, Rietberg Museum, and its three villas located around Lake Zurich, date from 1855. Covering some 17 acres and boasting trees over 150 years old, Rieterpark is the most majestic museum park in the city. Having admired treasures from Asia, Africa, America, and Oceania at the museum, you can...Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant on a lake. This hundred-year-old mansion proudly overlooking Lake Constance has rediscovered its former glories through meticulous renovation and some modern features. August Minikus and his wife combine their talents of chef and sommelier to offer a unique experience in a welcoming setting. The dishes are composed as works of art and wines are expertly paired with the menu. The guest rooms can be accessed by a glazed lift. In the Esprit Lounge lovers of smoke and spirits can savour a cigar. ... Learn moreless
Established in the 9th century, this monastic library is one of the most magnificent medieval libraries in the world. The impressive room was built in the second half of the 18th century and as a "perfect example of a great Carolingian monastery", declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Anyone visiting...Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant in the country. This remarkable family hotel, surrounded by a bucolic park, offers panoramic views of Vaduz Castle, the Alps and neighbouring vineyards. Only a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of the town centre, this is a piece of heaven on earth for all those in search of exceptional culinary experiences as well as dolce far niente in a unique atmosphere, guaranteeing a fabulous stay in the heart of Europe. The rooms and suites boast extravagant decor, designed in various themes and styles, and offer stunning views. Sonnenhof is an ideal location to let go and enjoy a sensual weekend; you will feel like an eagle flying over the romantic Rhine Valley and its castles. ... Learn moreless
This is a display for young and old. Eagles, falcons and owls fly and land in a second just inches from your shoulder, which is wonderful and frightening all at once. The falconer's commentary aids better understanding of the world, beauty and sharpness of birds of prey.
After walking around Werdenberg lake, head for the castle silhouetted against the mountains. Built in the 13th century by the Counts of Montfort, it offers unique insight into the history of the lords and their subjects through the ages. It currently houses the Rhine museum and an array of weapons. In...Read More less
Those who like fortified castles and hiking are sure to enjoy this 14 mile trail, offering wonderful views across the St. Gallen Rhine Valley. From Werdenberg Castle, head to Sargans Castle, erected on a rocky outcrop. On the way, you’ll come across Altendorf windmill and the ruins of Wartau Castle,...Read More less
Located at 1,700 feet above sea level, this exceptional course (18 holes, PAR 70) snakes through some beautiful surroundings. Golf Club Bad Ragaz is one of these longstanding clubs with well-tended fairways and greens, not to mention natural obstacles and stunning mountain scenery.
Around Malans, a small village in Grisons, is the refuge of Martin Donatsch, two-time world champion producer of pinot noir. Following in the footsteps of his father Thomas - who was a pioneer of wine-growing in Switzerland - Martin frees himself from the trends in order to follow his inspiration and...Read More less
In the deepest of the narrow gorges carved into the rock by the Tamina river are the ancient thermal baths of Pfäfers. Right where the hot spring originates is an old convent in the Baroque style. It houses the thermal spa, where visitors of the time would have enjoyed the benefits of the 97.7°F water....Read More less
Pizol hut on the edge of Wangsersee lake is the start point for an excursion that takes in one of the most impressive views in Switzerland. The Pizol glacier and the five deep blue lakes lend themselves perfectly to moments of deep contemplation. Beyond Wildseeluggen Mountain, you’ll be able to enjoy...Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant in the mountains. Arosa Kulm, in the heart of Grisons, is a dream location for families and guests of all ages. Whether a fan of winter sports or alpine winter hiking, you will quickly find something that you love. Many guests return each year, seduced by the quality of the six restaurants, the marvellous interiors featuring vivid colours and the spacious rooms filled with light. Attentive staff add to the family-friendly feel. This grand hotel is the perfect setting to enjoy the area’s majestic scenery. The spa boasts superb panoramic views, which you can enjoy from the gleaming stainless-steel pool that recalls a mountain lake as you bask in a state of well-being. ... Learn moreless
Famous for its economic forum, Davos and Klosters share superb facilities for skiers and snowboarders. You have access to 300 kilometres of runs across six ski areas. Cross-country skiers can enjoy 150 km of classic tracks, and those set up for skating. On site there are also runs totally dedicated to...Read More less
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Total price communicated as an indication, based on a stay of the number of nights recommended on this webpage, taking place in the next 3 months, and based on double occupancy (excluding recommended activities, excluding properties not bookable online).
To give you inspiration, Relais & Châteaux presents the Routes du Bonheur: Suggestions for travel itineraries that you can fully personalise according to your wishes and the experiences you would like to discover. Our consultants are available to help customise your route and assist you in making reservations at our properties. It is up to you to reserve any recommended activities on-site or nearby that might interest you.